Listen to (and share) episode 31 of our audio podcast Deadline Big Media With David Lieberman as our executive editor and host David Bloom talk about this week’s CinemaCon gathering where exhibitors and major studios talked about creating more movies that more kinds of audiences might want to watch, and whether the theater business can coexist alongside Premium VOD services. David also discusses what Charlie Ergen may be trying to do with DishTV’s big $25.5 billion bid to buy the mobile phone company Sprint.
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